The Best Pacific Northwest Wine Country Getaways

Sip, savor and stay at the best wine country resorts our region has to offer
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  • The Allison Inn resort, near Newberg, Oregon, offers a tranquil setting for relaxing amid the Willamette’s wine country
WHAT'S ON DECK: The Allison Inn resort, near Newberg, Oregon, offers a tranquil setting for relaxing amid the Willamette’s wine country

This article appears in print in the May 2019 issue, as part of the Wine Country Getaways cover story. Click here to subscribe.

From luxe accommodations to upscale eateries, some newcomers are joining the sipping scene in our region, making these wine country destinations more appealing than ever. 

Don't know where to start? Here are five regions you should not miss.

Walla Walla

Willamette Valley

Vancouver, BC

Leavenworth

Woodinville

Plus: Washington and Oregon Wine Clubs Offer Sips and Soirees for Oenophiles

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The rolling hills of Oregon’s expansive northern Willamette wine region are an inviting green oasis, with six distinct AVAs producing some of the world’s best Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Plan your tasting-room itinerary from the comfort of a new hotel